Markets Are Quiet Before July 4

Husband, Sarah; Rick; Appin
July 2001
High Yield Report;7/2/2001, Vol. 12 Issue 26, pN.PAG
Focuses on developments in the U.S. bond market as of July 2001. Performance of NTL, Ekabel and Callahan bonds; Financing package launched by a group of 12 banks; Corporate reorganization at 360networks; Impact of cut in basis point by the U.S. Federal Reserve on the high yield market.


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